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Flyfishing In America

This unique celebration of the rich and fascinating tradition of fly fishing traces the history of the sport in America's most important fly-fishing regions: the Adirondacks and New England; the Catskills; the spring-fed streams of Pennsylvania and the Midwest; the Rockies; the Northwest; and the saltwater fisheries of the North and the Florida Keys. Providing an introduction to the development of fly fishing in America, this book demonstrates how fly-fishing pioneers adapted European traditions to form a distinctly American sport, with its own rods, reels, lines, flies, and of course its own heroes. A discussion of today's fly-fishing innovations and most popular rivers is a valuable addition to this evocative story.

Isbn 10:0789300710
Isbn 13:978-0789300713
Boyutlar ve boyutlar:20.32 x 1.91 x 20.32 cm
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Flyfishing In America:
15 Ekim 1996